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Mining the Audio Motherlode, Vol. 19 (MP3s)

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Miner Give the Drummer Some's

10 Favorite Downloads from the MP3 Blogosphere

(see Comments, below, for helpful info about downloading)

Twenty-one years after having his prophetic auditory hallucination of William Blake reading "Ah! Sunflower" and "The Sick Rose" in his East Harlem flat, Allen Ginsberg recorded his own version of Blake's "songs" set to a dreamy score (with loving contributions from Peter Orlovsky, Don Cherry, Bob Dorough, Jon Sholle and others).

Today being Ginsberg's 83rd birthday, Mining the Audio Motherlode is celebrating by linking to a download of this 1969 album – along with nine other gems.

Alleng Holy Holy Holy!

Allen Ginsberg  ~  "William Blake: Songs of Innocence and Experience"

(Blog: Music Musica Musique)

From the album: Laughing Song (mp3)

[Note: Follow link, then click on "Music Links" on the left-hand margin.]

Some Outsize Entertainments

Various  ~  "Tiny Topsy & Friends"

(Blog: Twilightzone!)

[Note: This appeared on the original Twilightzone blog, which got taken down. The Rapidshare link, though, is still active. Click the above link, then scroll down to find two-part download.]


Chevy Chase's Old Band

Chamaeleon Church  ~  "Chamaeleon Church"

(Blog: Sir Psych's Psychedelic Shack)

From the album: Blueberry Pie (mp3)

[7 more mind-tongue moisteners, after the jump]


Highlife Kings Play Songs of Love

E.T. Mensah & Sir Victor Olaiya  ~  "Highlife Giants of Africa

(Blog: Magic of Juju)


Songs by Eisler, Texts by Brecht

Heiner Goebbels & Alfred 23 Harth  ~  "Goebbels Heart"

(Blog: Lucky Psychic Hut)

From the album: Kein Krigsspielzeug Fuer Jonathan (mp3)


Peruvian Maestro Goes to Colombia

Melochita  ~  "Con Sabor a Pueblo"

(Blog: Global Grooves)


Keeping Hank's Flame Alight

George & Earl  ~  "Going Steady With the Blues"

(Blog: Uncle Gil's Rockin' Archives)

From the album: I'll Keep Your Name on File (mp3) by George McCormick


Baudelaire Done Up Electronical

Ruth White  ~  "Flowers of Evil"

(Blog: Different Waters)

[See Mining the Audio Motherlode, Vol. 4 for a vastly different treatment of Baudelaire]


Not a Toy Piano, a Pianist "Toy"

The Three Peppers  ~  "1937-1940"

(Blog: Regálme Esta Noche)

From the album: Swing Out, Uncle Wilson (mp3)


Gimme a Head With Hear, Long Beautiful Hair...

Odair Cabeça de Poeta  ~  "O Forró Vai Ser Doutor"

(Blog: Pense...Arte Pense...Brasil)

Listen for music from these and other incredible finds on

Give the Drummer Some, Fridays on WFMU, 9 to Noon (ET).


Check out every installment of Mining the Audio Motherlode

Written by Doug Schulkind

June 3rd, 2009 at 12:00 pm

Why Do You Think They Call It Twit?

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DearLeader  There's no denying it: I've always been gullible. Really, really gullible. I don't know why. I'm not stupid, technically, but I am a very literal person. I take everything really literally, so maybe that has something to do with it. Anyway, I was totally thrilled when I heard that Kim Jong Il was on Twitter. I mean, of course I figured it could be a prank, but I read that one of his tweets said, "National defense is the sacred duty of the young and all other people," and I thought, you know, it could really be him. So I signed up for Twitter just so I could follow Kim Jong Il. And then some of his other tweets said, like, "I'm restarting my nuclear reactor and there is nothing you can do about it," and--my favorite one--"Bitches need to stop spreading lies. My satellite launch was successful," which reminded me of that guy Herbert Kornfeld who used to write the column in the Onion, and made me laugh, but also made me feel pretty dumb. 'Cause, you know, now I kinda doubt that it's really Kim Jong Il.

Written by The Iowa Firecracker

June 1st, 2009 at 5:26 pm

Mining the Audio Motherlode, Vol. 18 (MP3s)

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Miner Give the Drummer Some's

10 Favorite Downloads from the MP3 Blogosphere

(see Comments, below, for helpful info about downloading)

Warmest regards go out this week to the Miner's all-time musical hero and guru Yusef Lateef, who has just been awarded—along with seven others—a Jazz Masters Fellowship by the National Endowment for the Arts. The recognition carries with it a one-time grant of $25,000 which is no small perk for any working musician, let alone a vital improviser, composer and educator, who's career is now stretching into its seventh decade.

There are no Yusef Lateef discs among this week's offerings, but there are many dozens of astounding recordings of his to seek out. (The Miner recommends "Yusef Lateef's Nigeria," "Psychicemotus" and "Yusef's Mood: The Complete 1957 Sessions" to start.)


Merlin in Ragas

Robbie Basho  ~  "The Falconers Arm I & II"

(Blog: FM Shades)


Sunny Ade's Secret Weapon

Bob Aladeniyi & His Juju Rock Stars  ~  "Juju Rock Sound"

(Blog: With Comb & Razor)


Killer Dillers from Chicago's J.O.B. Records

Various  ~  "Blues Is Killin' Me"

(Blog: Bluestown)

From the album: Things Going So Tough With Me (mp3) by Little Hudson's Red Devil Trio

[Yusef would dig the 7 additional selections, provided after the jump]


Trombone Colossus

Grachan Moncur  ~  "Echoes of Prayer"

(Blog: Nothing Is V2.0)


Amazing Amazigh Pop!

Fatima Tabaamrant  ~  "Amazigh Music of the Anti-Atlas"

(Blog: Snap, Crackle & Pop)

From the album: Nswingm Sawlghe (mp3)


No Mere JB Wannabe — A JB Wanna Is

Bobby Williams  ~  "Funky Super Fly"

(Blog: Soul Food)


Jamaican 78s from the Mid-'50s

Various  ~  "Dip & Fall Back: Classic Jamaican Mento"

(Blog: El Diablo Tun Tun)

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From the album: Dr. Kinsey Report (mp3)


Swedish Jazz Orchestra Slays Afro Pop

Archimedes Badkar  ~  "Tre"

(Blog: Tyme After Tyme)

[You must scroll down the page]


Rumba Rejuvenated

Daniel Ponce  ~  "New York Now!"

(Blog: Music Hertz)


Grab-You-By-the-Lungs Japanese Free-Jazz Ensemble

Shibusashirazu Orchestra  ~  "Dettaramen"

(Blog: Mutant Sounds)

Listen for music from these and other incredible finds on

Give the Drummer Some, Fridays on WFMU, 9 to Noon (ET).


Check out every installment of Mining the Audio Motherlode

Written by Doug Schulkind

May 27th, 2009 at 12:11 pm

A CAMP (f/ Nina Persson of the Cardigans) LIVE tonight – with HD Video!

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Wow, you know, every once in a while, things really just turn out pretty awesome, like this performance from A Camp that will air tonight on Sound and Safe.  Four perfectly-rendered pop songs - including a cover of Eddie Noack's weird and wonderful "Psycho" - done by my favorite singer in the world, Nina Persson, with husband Nathan Larson (of Shudder to Think) on bass, and Niclas Frisk (of Atomic Swing) on guitar.

We got some really nice HD video of the songs - check out a preview here, for the song "Love Has Left the Room." 

Thanks very much to Tim Smith and Jacqueline Castel for shooting the video.

Tune in tonight to hear all four songs and to see all four videos.  Also keep an eye on the Free Music Archive for MP3s of the set.

A Camp kicks off a North American tour at Bowery Ballroom tomorrow night.  Their new album Colonia is out now.

Written by Trent

May 25th, 2009 at 8:30 am

Alf as rendered by David Lynch

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These have been making the ol' internet rounds for a few days now. Funny or disturbing or dumb? I *think* I like them. Here's an Alf - Blue Velvet hybrid.

Written by Listener Kliph Nesteroff

May 24th, 2009 at 12:38 pm

Mining the Audio Motherlode, Vol. 17 (MP3s)

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Miner Give the Drummer Some's

10 Favorite Downloads from the MP3 Blogosphere

(see Comments, below, for helpful info about downloading)

The Miner was saddened to learn this week of the April 27 death of painter Philip Stein. Longtime assistant to, and biographer of, Mexican social-realist muralist David Alfaro Siqueiros, Stein's most famous work has been viewed by patrons in the world's most famous jazz club for the past 40 years. At the request of his brother-in-law Max Gordon, Estaño (as his mentor dubbed him) painted a vibrant, enigmatic three-panel canvas for the back wall in Gordon's Greenwich Village nightspot the Village Vanguard.


Completed in 1968, this untitled work wasn't Stein's only connection to jazz. He began collecting 78s as a kid and later produced a couple of records by Dixieland trombonist Big Chief Russell Moore. In the 1980s, Stein moved to Spain where he continued to paint and hosted a jazz radio program. Philip Stein was 90.


Cult Hero of Polish Jazz

Krzysztof Komeda  ~  "Astigmatic"

(Blog: Pan Mietek)


Amusing Thai Dancehallers (what a cover!)

Buddha Bless  ~  "Kat Man Du"

(Blog: Monrakplengthai)

From the album: Pak Takhrai (mp3)


Greatest Brother Act Ever? You Bet

Blue Sky Boys  ~  "Blue Sky Boys"

(Blog: Jeremy's Saggy Record Cabinet)

[7 more soundtracks to accompany the visions in your head, after the jump]


Latin Jazz à la Modal

Emanuel K. Rahim  ~  "Total Submission"

(Blog: Ile Oxumaré)

From the album: Dorian (mp3)


Simply Sizzling Batucada

Meireles e Sua Orquestra ~ "Brazilian Beat, Vol. 2"

(Blog: Global Groove)

From the album: Madureira Chorou (mp3)


Horny Horns? You Bet

The Pazant Brothers & The Beaufort Express  ~  "Loose and Juicy"

(Blog: Blog do Nirso)


Mary Lou Williams was the Resident Genius Here

Andy Kirk & His Twelve Clouds of Joy  ~  "1929-1931"

(Blog: Regálme Esta Noche)


Only Big-Ass Bamboo Need Apply

Swara Cipta Priyanti  ~  "Music of Bali: Jegog"

(Blog: Aphelion Shelter)


Here's the Tender Coming

Dave Burland  ~  "A Dalesman's Litany"

(Blog: Time Has Told Me)

From the album: Lord Lovel (mp3)


North of the Border Funk

Carla Whitney  ~  "...With Choker Campbell & the Super Sounds"

(Blog: Oufar Khan)

Listen for music from these and other incredible finds on

Give the Drummer Some, Fridays on WFMU, 9 to Noon (ET).


Check out every installment of Mining the Audio Motherlode

Written by Doug Schulkind

May 20th, 2009 at 12:24 pm

Horndogs Rejoice! – Sexlab Cometh

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Sexlab-600 Have you ever wanted to ask a WFMU radio personality about cunnilingus technique, clitoral stimulation, anal doucheing or "the helicopter"? Yeah, maybe not. But this Friday you'll have your chance anyway, when Sexlab hits the Web waves.

Conceived in a hailstorm of double entendres by our illustrious Queen of Friday Nights, Pseu "Honey Pot" Braun, and gestated in a dong-shaped space station by Pseu and her colleagues / co-researchers Mark "ASS9000" Allen and myself, Wm. "Money Shot" Berger, Sexlab is designed to hold your, um, "hand" and glide you into this new century of suckin' and fuckin'.

While Dave Mandl fills in for Pseu at our FM frequencies and on the regular Web stream, Sexlab will be streaming (with volume AND distance!) at an alternate Web feed accessible at wfmu.org. As Mark says, "online only, because in the Internet the FCC can't hear you curse."

And me? I started rubbing it to Morticia Addams when I was eight years old, and I haven't looked back since. I've been told more than once that I have an "enthusiasm," a certain bonus zeal for the sex act, so hopefully my life of gradual transition from hyper-libidinous man-slut to happily monogged married man will be of service to someone. And my colleagues, well they're unrepentantly horny bastards, too. Either way, Pseu, Mark and I can pretty much guarantee it will be funny (and hopefully genuinely informative as well.)

Sexlab will be live on the Web, this Friday, May 22, from 8-11 p.m. ET. We'll be taking your calls at (201) 209–9368 (for those prone to jump the gun, store that load in your third eye and call us then, not before.) If you'd like to submit a question or suggest a discussion topic in advance (or during the broadcast), we've set up a special email address: asksexlab@wfmu.org

Sexlab Facebook Page (for throbbing members only)

Written by WmMBerger

May 19th, 2009 at 8:47 am

Beware of the Blog now on Kindle

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Wfmu_kindleBeware of the Blog is now available on Amazon's Kindle. You can subscribe to it by going to this page though Amazon will charge you $1.99 for the subscription.

We would love to offer it for free but Amazon currently doesn't allow that as an option. The station gets 30% of the subscription fee which I suppose is still a better deal than being signed to a major label but much worse than the rumored split itunes gives for a song sold through itunes  (on a .99 cent track Apple supposedly keeps .34 cents and gives the content provider .55 cents). But nobody here wants to hear about the marginal costs of digital distribution, right? So subscribe away...

Now if they could only figure out how to make the mp3s and videos work...

Written by doron

May 15th, 2009 at 9:59 am

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Mining the Audio Motherlode, Vol. 16 (MP3s)

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Miner Give the Drummer Some's

10 Favorite Downloads from the MP3 Blogosphere

(see Comments, below, for helpful info about downloading)

This past January, the majestic tenor saxophonist David S. Ware released Shakti, his first studio recording in six years. Two weeks earlier, urgent news had come down that he was in dire need of a new kidney. Yesterday, following a successful search for a donor, David underwent transplant surgery and today he begins a three-month convalescence.

Dsw Unable to work during this period David has relied on donations to help cover expenses, and the fine people at his label, AUM Fidelity, have been coordinating a fund-raising effort.

If you choose to download any of the discs offered below — or if you've helped yourself to offerings in previous columns — then the Miner is requesting that you make a thoughtful donation to help a musician in need. Please go here for the details. Thanks.


Massive Tracks from '49

Orquestra Afro-Brasileira  ~  "Obaluayê!"

(Blog: Oro)

From the album: Índia (mp3)


Amazing Comps of Tunes from Derek's Daily 45

Various  ~  "Soul Deep, Volume 1"

(Blog: Twilight Zone

[And don't you dare neglect to grab volumes 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8!]



Manu Dibango  ~  "Countdown at Kusini"  (OST)

(Blog: Babe(B)logue)

[7 more vital organs (and other groovy noisemakers) after the jump]


Free Jazz Goes Dutch

Leo Cuypers  ~  "Zeeland Suite / Johnny Rep Suite"

(Blog: 17 Green Buicks)


Semi-Twisted Honky Tonker

Hugh X. Lewis  ~  "My Kind of Country"

(Blog: Red Neckerson's Radio Round Up)

Not from the album: Evolution and the Bible (mp3)


Sibling Chivalry

Lal & Mike Waterson  ~  "Bright Phoebus"

(Blog: Kick to Kill)


A Chants Encounter

Various  ~  "Hawaiian Drum Dance Chants"

(Blog: South Pacific Music)


Before She Gave Up Soul for Gospel

Tommie Young  ~  "Do You Still Feel the Same Way"

(Blog: My Blog Too)

From the album: That's How Strong My Love Is (mp3)


A Coupla Salty Dogs

Allen Brothers  ~  Every record they made!

(Blog: Lonesome Lefty's Scratchy Attic)


Hot, Between the Knees Action

Jack Costanzo  ~  "Costanzo, Cano & Bongos"

(Blog: Orgy in Rhythm)

From the album: Abaniquito (mp3)

Listen for music from these and other incredible finds on

Give the Drummer Some, Fridays on WFMU, 9 to Noon (ET).


Check out every installment of Mining the Audio Motherlode

Written by Doug Schulkind

May 13th, 2009 at 12:00 pm

Mining the Audio Motherlode, Vol. 15 (MP3s)

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Miner Give the Drummer Some's

10 Favorite Downloads from the MP3 Blogosphere

(see Comments, below, for helpful info about downloading)

We'll get to the music in a sec, but the Miner wanted to offer a tip of the illuminated helmet to radio hero Herb Morrison, who on this day, 72 years ago, narrated the tragic final moments of the zeppelin Hindenburg as it attempted to moor in Lakehurst, New Jersey. Covering the scene for Chicago's WLS, Morrison meticulously described the horror with shocking clarity. Listen (mp3)

Once the goosebumps recede, sink your ears into the following:


Her Pipes Are Smoking

Gurmeet Bawa  ~  "Love and Life in the Punjab"

(Blog: We Love Music)

From the album: Jugani (mp3)


Jimi Hendrix and Stan Kenton Had a Baby: This Groovy Album

Gil Evans  ~  "There Comes a Time"

(Blog: Kazuyann35)


On a Whole Other Plena

Cortijo y Su Combo  ~  "Baile con Cortijo y Su Combo"

(Blog: Flageolette)

[7 more "Oh the humanity!"-worthy selections, after the jump]


Soulscapes Bold and Sweet

Maxayn  ~  "Maxayn"

(Blog: Fullundie)


Texan's Ear-Tickling Novelties

Doye O'Dell  ~  "Bath Tub Blues"

(Blog: Rockabilly Ranch)

From the album: Lookin' Poor But Feelin' Rich (mp3)


Avant Samba Composed for a Fashion Show

Seigen Ono  ~  "Comme des Garçon, Vol. 2"

(Blog: Music Hertz)


This Bollywood Flick's Title Translates as "Laughing Wounds"

Madan Mohan  ~  "Hanste Zakhm" (OST)

(Blog: Music From the Third Floor)

From the soundtrack: Aaj Socha To Ansoo Bhar Aaye (mp3) by Lata Mangeshkar


Rocked Wild, Loved Hard, Died Young

Tooter Boatman  ~  "Rockin'"

(Blog: Johnny One-Note's Earcandies)

From the album: Wayward Wind (mp3)


Brash Trad Singer from Norfolk  (3 CDs)

Peter Bellamy  ~  "Wake the Vaulted Echoes"

(Blog: Time Has Told Me)


Perfect for the iPhone's New "Contact High" App

David Peel & the Lower East Side  ~  "Have a Marijuana"

(Blog: Hippy Djkit)

Listen for music from these and other incredible finds on

Give the Drummer Some, Fridays on WFMU, 9 to Noon (ET).


Check out every installment of Mining the Audio Motherlode

Written by Doug Schulkind

May 6th, 2009 at 11:08 am

Brown Paper Packages Tied Up with String

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OandR Observe and Report. Dr. Colby has a way of rating movies on a scale of 0 to 12.5 dollars (because that's how much a movie ticket costs in Manhattan), and on that scale I give Observe and Report $25 because I liked it so much I saw it twice. The first time I went with DJ Kelly, and the nice ticket lady gave us tickets to Obsessed by mistake because she just could not believe that a couple of dames like us, out by ourselves on a Friday night, were there to see a dark, violent, completely incorrect comedy. (Which might describe Obsessed too, I guess, except that in that case it wouldn't be intentional.) On our way out of the theater, DJ Kelly stopped, considered carefully, and then said, "That was the most fucked-up thing I've ever seen." And she liked O&R.

So then I went to see it again with Sluggo, and he liked it too.

I'm not recommending this movie to anyone, though, because I can see how other people might not like it. Dr. Colby herself went to see it because I said it was good, and at first she gave it $2, but then she started adding a a little more here and there, like an extra $1 for the portrayal of the alcoholic mother, and she ended up giving it about $8 in the end. Still not a ringing endorsement. And if you're the sort of person who bursts into tears when someone says, like, "hospital clown" or something, you should not see it at all. But if you're curious about how a typical summer raunch-fest movie could strip away all the cliches and get down to the brutal rock-bottom awfulness of people's lives--and still be hilarious--this is the film for you. It's definitely the film for me--it might be my new favorite film ever.

Monk The Nytpicker. It's not Lies of Our Times, but it's short and funny and free. And a couple of days ago they figured out that New York Times is an anagram for Write, Monkey. (I put the comma in because it bothers me too much to leave it out.) It's at www.nytpick.com.

Swedes The Local—Sweden's News in English. I check out The Local whenever I can remember not to keep calling it The State. (I don't know why I do that.) I finally bookmarked it so it doesn't matter what I think it's called. Swedish news is pretty warped. Last year there was a happy article about all the shop-window Christmas displays that featured penises. And without their sports reporting, I would have been completely unaware of the fact that Sweden had a fantastic come-from-behind, sudden-death OT  6-5 victory over the U.S. in the World Ice Hockey Championships last week. In fact, I wouldn't have even known the World Ice Hockey Championships were happening, unless the U.S. had won, in which case it would have been on the front page of, like, the New York Times. And then Nytpicker would have found something wrong with it.  www.thelocal.se

Guam Numismaticism Update: The Guam quarter is out! Although I haven't seen one yet. But it features both the latte and the flying proa! And the Martin Van Buren gold-colored dollar is out, too, but, um ... you know. No flying proa there.

Thanks for reading my blogpost this time, and may God bless.

Written by The Iowa Firecracker

May 4th, 2009 at 5:28 pm

Mining the Audio Motherlode, Vol. 14 (MP3s)

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Miner All of us here at Mining the Audio Motherlode want to extend a firm handshake (followed by quick Purell shpritz) to new Democratic senator Arlen Specter. With Specter deserting the sinking GOP, visions of gaining a filibuster-proof supermajority in the senate have us all aflutter. Nevertheless, thoughts of invoking cloture also brings up bitter reminders of the senate's inability over the course of decades to defeat Southern racist filibustering of nearly 200 anti-lynching bills.

How ironic is it, then, that on the same day and at the same U.S. Capitol building were Specter switched parties, a bust of crusading abolitionist Sojourner Truth was unveiled (by First Lady Michelle Obama)—making her the first African American woman so honored. An even richer irony took place four years ago, when the senate voted to officially apologize for failing to act on the lynching scourge. That resolution was introduced by two white Southern senators, one of whom, Mary Landrieu of Louisiana, invoked Billie Holiday's performance of "Strange Fruit" on the floor of the senate.

Speaking of thrilling music, here are this week's downloads:


Sioux Rockers from New Mexico (No Relation to

Lincoln Street Exit  ~  "Drive It!"

(Blog: PHROCK)



Hysterical Covers from Mexico (and Brazil and Cuba and Peru)

Various  ~  "Easy Melodías"

From the album: Médico Brujo (mp3) by Manuel "Loco" Valdés

(Blog: Mexicovers)


Rare Self-Released Soul Outta Cleveland

Lou Ragland  ~  "...Is the Conveyor"

(Blog: Diggin the Crates)

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[7 more gavel-smashers, after the jump]


Extraordinary Moments in Stoner Jazz

John Klemmer  ~  "Blowin' Gold"

(Blog: Ile Oxumare)

From the album: Excursion #2 (mp3)


He's Backed by Hank's Drifting Cowboys

Tibby Edwards  ~  "Tibby Edwards"

(Blog: Uncle Gil's Rockin' Archives)


Lovely French Folkies Sing (Mostly) in English

Folkdove  ~  "Folkdove"

(Blog: Mutant Sounds)

From the album: Reverdie (mp3)


Roiling Organ-Driven Danceables

Hank Marr  ~  "Greasy Spoon"

(Blog: Be Bop Wino)


Japan's Answer to Black Sabbath?

Blues Creation  ~ "Blues Creation"

(Blog: Savage Saints)

From the album: Double Crossing Time (mp3)


Outtakes from the "Nashville Skyline" Sessions (and more)

Bob Dylan/Johnny Cash  ~  "Nashville 1969"

(Blog: Chocoreve)

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Fats Waller, Coleman Hawkins, Don Redman, Benny Carter & James P. Johnson were all in the Band!

McKinney's Cotton Pickers  ~  Tons of RealAudio Song Downloads

(Blog: Red Hot Jazz)

Listen for music from these and other incredible finds on

Give the Drummer Some, Fridays on WFMU, 9 to Noon (ET).


Check out every installment of Mining the Audio Motherlode

Written by Doug Schulkind

April 29th, 2009 at 11:59 am

Billboard Magazine archives on Google Books

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Books Just spent some time flipping through old issues of Billboard Magazine via Google Books. Turns out the goog has scanned and posted full issues of the magazine, dating all the way back to 1942.

Though it's mainly an industry mag, you'll find tons of gems like goofy old ads, lots of bad hair, an article about piracy/copyright in just about every other issue, anti smut campaigns throughout the ages, and a nice overall documentation of the rise and demise of the record industry.

Written by Liz Berg

April 24th, 2009 at 12:00 pm